Projects within the Lusatia Science Park

Together with its partners, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg bundles cutting-edge research and transfer at an international level in an interdisciplinary innovation network. Four profile lines are the focus of the Lusatia Science Park: "Energy transition and decarbonization", "Health and life science", "Global change and transformation processes" and "Artificial intelligence and sensor technology". These large, interdisciplinary research topic areas link university and non-university science with the needs of business and society in structural change. The projects of the Lusatia Science Park have international appeal:

Innovation Campus Electronics and Microsensorics Cottbus - iCampus

The iCampμs is the BTU's first structural change project from the immediate program and a research cooperation with the aim of establishing products in the fields of microsensors and digitization in Lusatia together with SMEs.

LiL Land-Innovation-Lausitz

The aim is to develop Lusatia into a model region for adapting land use to climate change, for example through innovative soil melioration, sustainable cultivation systems and biomaterials, such as agricultural films of new functionality

Startup Revier EAST | Entrepreneurs and Academics, Skills and Technologies

Subproject: Creative Open Lab (COLab):A wide range of skills and technologies are available to interested parties in the region to enable them to develop business ideas and prototypes.

TurboFuelCellFuE - T-Cell

The T-Cell is the relevant energy converter of the future and is able to implement the requirements from the coal and nuclear phase-out in terms of sustainable climate policy. As a decentralized energy supplier, the T-Cell uses the existing infrastructure in a resource-oriented manner and can be operated with regeneratively produced hydrogen. Its unsurpassed efficiency directly ensures reduced pollutant emissions.

CHESCO - Center for Hybrid Electric Systems Cottbus

At the Center for Hybrid Electric Systems Cottbus, scientists are researching hybrid-electric propulsion systems. The pilot project is a contribution to achieving climate neutrality in aviation by 2050.

WI+R Digital Repair Factory

In a broad network with partners from the region, researchers are working on digital solutions in maintenance, servicing and repair in order to network and profile the project region across industries